November 2020
A-Tech Introduces New Program for 2021-2022 School Year
Cooper Cole & Tyler Morales
work with the CNC machines.
Joey Braun shows some of the things
he made using the advanced 3D printer.
Starting in the 2021-2022 school year, A-Tech students can expand their opportunities with the new Engineering Academy. Students will gain meaningful experience in all aspects of the engineering design process. 

In addition to using highly technical software and 3-D printers, students will invent, design, create, and build the advanced precision parts and tools used in everyday products. They’ll also program and control industrial CNC machines to produce products from reading engineering blueprints and specifications. 

“Students truly have the ability to turn their ideas into reality. If they can dream it, they can create it,” said instructor Bryan Dobos. 

“Whether they want to pursue a degree in Engineering or move directly into starting a great career, these students will have a competitive advantage,” added instructor Ron Maurer. 

If you are interested in learning more about the Engineering Academy click HERE or contact Ms. Amanda Schumann at 440-576-6015, ext. 1115 or
A-Tech Career Night
Automotive Collision Technology I student,
Abriel Rood repairs a fender.
Early Childhood Education II student John Chalfant works with Kids Korner student, Aurora Brockett.
Culinary Arts I student, Madelyn Ackerman
prepares sub sandwiches.
James Bohinc, Construction Technology I student,
uses a miter saw to build shop benches in lab.
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Software & Application Design Students Play Capture The Flag
Software & Application Design students Andrew Lindsey and Richard Terry
worked on Team 1 during the CTF Competition.
Our Software & Application Design students are learning how to protect information through cyber-security. They participated in an online Capture The Flag (CTF) competition on Tuesday, October 27th.

The CTF competition helps students learn what it takes to become a cyber-security professional. "This experience was a memorable one! Students enjoyed learning more about cyber security techniques used to combat cyber crimes," says Harleigh Hodge, Software & Application Design Instructor.

If you are interested in learning more about our Software & Application Design program, click HERE or contact Ms. Schumann at 440-576-6015, ext. 1115 or
Brice Heistermann and Tyler Fulton, Software & Application Design
students worked together on Team 2 during the CTF Competition.
Upcoming Adult Class
For more information about an
Adult Workforce Development program, call 440-576-6015, ext. 1040!